Corey Martinez: from BMX to MTB

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Ever heard of Corey Martinez?

If you have spent time on a BMX in the last decade or so you most probably have, as Corey has been riding a 20 inch at a super high level for over 20 years.

Corey has ridden for the likes of Redbull, United Bikes, Cinema BMX and Etnies Shoes. T-nez is mostly known as a real dialled street rider but is no slouch on dirt jumps or a ramp.

Many BMXers have found the years of harsh landings and crashes have taken its toll. Corey has turned to bigger wheels to maintain the buzz and extend his riding life thanks to the benefits of suspension.

Take that either way, get on your bike today!

See Corey in action on a BMX

And on a MTB

Check out this edit of Corey on his new Specialized Levo SL from the crew over at Vital MTB. Corey Martinez is digging out room for himself in the MTB world and fast!

If you find yourself in a similar position, these bikes are fit for purpose; come to see them in-store at McLaren Vale

Fuse Comp
Status 140 / 160
Turbo Levo SL

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